There were subjects, you perceive, on which Tom was much quicker than on the niceties
of classical construction, or the relations of a mathematical demonstration.
They perplex their judgments by a most undue attention to little niceties
of personal appearance, habits, disposition, and other trifles which concern nobody but the lady herself.
Jarrett (Talkback, November 17) continues to question the validity of the EU referendum result by the use of irrelevant percentages and constitutional niceties
Without mentioning Sarkozy by name, Hollande said: "Constitutional principles are not legal niceties
It strives to consider what lies beyond the limits of gravity, time, and social niceties
and pairs poems and a story by writer Michelle Blake with a visual exploration of these metaphorical worlds, which range from almost steampunk in their representations to dark matters.
With the help of The Glebe Street Afternoon Tea Ladies, Maw has compiled this braw bible of the rules, etiquette and niceties
of the occasion.
But new Burnley boss Sean Dyche, right, isn't one for such niceties
, in fact the former centre-half has banned them from training.
The new, 2011 CBR600F boasts combined ABS, a completely digital fascia and a 12,000rpm, 120bhp 599cc motor the CBR has such niceties
as Showa forks, and even Nissin gold brake calipers on the ABS models.
Indeed, when times are tight we should focus on ensuring we can afford the essentials and if necessary forgo the niceties
In Turkey, he dispensed with diplomatic niceties
and slammed Israel for turning Gaza into a prison camp.
Thanks to companies shelling out for R/3 and other niceties
, the company's net profit grew from 426 million to 491 million, an increase of 15 percent.
I have no doubts that this coalition, after the initial novelty and niceties
are over, will fail, because you can not have two captains on the bridge, and that is where Nick Clegg is, not to stand in when Cameron is away or off duty, but clearly to influence the Prime Minister which way the ship should go.